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Checking Homework I
I have used two different methods for checking homework, and both really cut down on paperwork. First of all, I check most homework for completeness only and students get full credit or no credit. If ...
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Checking Homework II
I have a seating chart and have a can of checkers with the number of each of the desks on separate checkers. I use this can every class. I only collect 3 or 4 homeworks from each class by randomly dra...
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Class VIP
Ms. Mulholland selects a class VIP each day that helps with administrative classroom tasks. Read about how she chooses her classroom helper fairly and allows every student a chance to be a VIP.
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Collecting Orderly Papers
I have a great system for collecting papers. This applies to the traditional classroom when the desks are in rows. The students must always put their paper on top of the person's paper behind them. Af...
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Desk Pockets
Reduce cluttered desks this year by making inexpensive student desk pockets. Returned papers are kept nicely together and ready to take home on Fridays.
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Distributing Classroom Responsibilities
In order to avoid arguments about children passing out papers and other fun responsibilities in the classroom, I assign each child at each table a day of the week. Whenever I pass out papers, I give t...
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Fast & Easy Tracking
If you’ve ever had a student who didn’t do their homework only to later accuse you of losing it, then you’ll appreciate Ms. John’s procedure for tracking student work.
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Handing Back Student Work
I have some unruly groups who cannot manage even one minute of unstructured time. Handing back papers can turn into mayhem in seconds! To expedite this process, I take a couple of minutes to stack the papers in seating-arrangement order so that I can hand
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Highlighted Names
Are you tired of collecting papers with no names and spending valuable time trying match papers and students? Ms. Dobosz has a quick and easy solution that highlights that problem.
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Homework Box
Teaching 130 middle schoolers makes it difficult to keep track of who was absent and for how many days in order to remind students of the work to be made up. Instead of assuming all the responsibility...
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